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Unfortunately there's no automated way to do this. Have you have probably made progress and/or no longer need this answer? Your question isn't very specific. You mention you have already figured out a lot of your conversion, and some don't need to be transformed. Which still do? There is a vim mode for emacs called evil that might be interesting. They ...


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textadept-curses! Not available in the default package depots yet, but is a wonderful tool for Windows transplants. Plus, it's cross platform so that you can install it on Windows to gain familiarity. Supports shift+arrows to mark text, and many of your other favorites. I recommend you provide an alias or additional symlink since typing that whole name ...


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Brackets Editor has a AsciiDoc Preview Extension that I am using right now. Works well.


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The file "brightness" is on a pseudo file system used by the kernel. See Why are these directories called file systems? The general location is /sys/class/backlight/ , although the exact location varies by graphics card. Example - /sys/class/backlight/intel_backlight/brightness You can not delete these files. There are many ways to adjust brightness, ...


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You can force a paragraph to be RTL by adding Unicode control RLM (Crtl+Shift+u Then 200f Enter) to the beginning of the paragraph. For easy entry, you may have to customize you keyboard layout. See reference. References: Cannot type “ć” on Hungarian layout Stabilizing characters like < >, { } and [ ]


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you can use a ide called geany, for installing it type sudo apt-get install geany and after go to the edit menu and then go to keybindings menu and from there set keyword for commenting and uncommenting the code, and then press code combination in the code it will work,


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You should consider using Hex Editor for such purposes, as normal editors don't display non-printing characters unless its some side-effect or glitch. I suggest Bless : And in console you can use Midnight Commander's mcview - F4 switches to hex mode:


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emelFM2 is a file manager that comes with an internal GTK-based text viewer and editor (bound to F3 and F4). It has no syntax highlighting. To install use the emelFM2 PPA (release).


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You could try pastebinit, you'll get a link to open the json file in your browser: sudo apt-get install pastebinit cat data.json | pastebinit -b http://paste.ubuntu.com


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Remove the extension of the file, I assume that it is "json". Therefore no syntax highlighting should be applied. $ cp your_file.json your_file $ gedit your_file



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